Amake tumi – আমাকে তুমি: জীবনানন্দ দাশ

বনলতা সেন-BNANALATA SEN

আমাকে তুমি জীবনানন্দ দাশ   আমাকে তুমি দেখিয়েছিলে একদিন: মস্ত বড়ো ময়দান— দেবদারু পামের নিবিড় মাথা— মাইলের পর মাইল; দুপুরবেলার জনবিরল গভীর বাতাস দূর শূন্যে চিলের পাটকিলে ডানার ভিতর অস্পষ্ট হ’য়ে হারিয়ে […]

THE ARMS (AMENDMENT) BILL 2019

If any member of an organised crime syndicate or any person on its behalf has at any time has in his possession or carries any arms or ammunition in contravention of any provision of Chapter II shall be punishable with imprisonment for a term which shall not be less than ten years but which may extend to imprisonment for life and shall also be liable to fine.

THE CONSTITUTION (ONE HUNDRED AND TWENTY-SIXTH AMENDMENT) BILL 2019

Although the Scheduled Castes and the Scheduled Tribes have made considerable progress in the last 70 years, the reasons which weighed with the Constituent Assembly in making provisions with regard to the aforesaid reservation of seats have not yet ceased to exist. Therefore, with a view to retaining the inclusive character as envisioned by the founding fathers of the Constitution, it is proposed to continue the reservation of seats for the Scheduled Castes and the Scheduled Tribes for another ten years i.e. up to 25th January, 2030.

THE CITIZENSHIP (AMENDMENT) BILL 2019

Under the existing provisions of the Act, migrants of Hindu, Sikh, Buddhist, Jain, Parsi or Christian communities from Afghanistan, Pakistan or Bangladesh who entered into India without valid travel documents or if the validity of their documents has expired are regarded as illegal migrants and ineligible to apply for Indian citizenship under section 5 or section 6 of the Act

Meenakshiammal (deceased by LRs) and others – Vs Chandrasekaran and another-03/11/2004

SUPREME COURT OF INDIA JUDGMENTS

Succession Act, 1925—Section 63-Will—Execution of—Burden of proof—Onus of proving Will lies on propounder—In absence of suspicious circumstances surrounding execution of Will, proof of testamentary capacity and proof of signature of testator as required by law, sufficient to discharge the onus—However, in case of existence of suspicious circumstances, onus lies on propounder to explain the genuineness of Will to the satisfaction of Court.

Will Proving

It is a well-settled proposition of law that the mode of proving the Will does not differ from that of proving any other document except as to the special requirement of attestation […]

Inder Mohan Goswami and Anr Vs State of Uttaranchal and Ors -09/10/2007

SUPREME COURT OF INDIA JUDGMENTS

In complaint cases, at the first instance, the court should direct serving of the summons along with the copy of the complaint. If the accused seem to be avoiding the summons, the court, in the second instance should issue bailable warrant. In the third instance, when the court is fully satisfied that the accused is avoiding the courts proceeding intentionally, the process of issuance of the non-bailable warrant should be resorted to. Personal liberty is paramount, therefore, we caution courts at the first and second instance to refrain from issuing non-bailable warrants.